• February

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      2017
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    Sorry, but Winter is Still Here!

    Sorry, but Winter is Still Here!

    As much as we at Green City were hoping that that spell of warm weather a couple weeks ago was a herald of early spring, alas, it is in the low 40s again and there is some snow on the ground. Winter is still here, and it looks like it’ll be sticking around for a

    • February

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      2017
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    Out with the Oil, In with the Natural Gas

    Out with the Oil, In with the Natural Gas

    At Green City, one of our favorite things about the Seattle and Tacoma areas is the abundance of beautiful old Craftsman homes. The moldings, the front porches, and the (sometimes) slanted floors of these century-old houses provides a charm that you often don’t see in a McMansion. There is a drawback, however: The out-of-date heating

    • January

      31

      2017
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    Winter, Warmth, and Wi-Fi

    Winter, Warmth, and Wi-Fi

    With winter in full swing in the Northwest, our furnaces warm our families but also can sting our pocketbooks. Simply put, the more you use your furnace the higher your monthly bills get, and if your heating system is old or in disrepair, the worse will be the sting. Green City Heating and Air can help!

    • January

      15

      2017
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    Think Outside the Tank

    Think Outside the Tank

    It’s cold outside. 38 degrees to be exact. And I don’t know about you, but when I take a shower in the morning the last thing I feel like doing is waiting around for the water to finally get hot. But what’s even worse is when you’re halfway through your shower and the hot water

    • December

      27

      2016
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    The Hydronic Heating Option

    Ever heard of hydronic heating? Didn’t think so. . . . Simply put, hydronic heating is a way of warming your home that uses hot water instead of air. Many people don’t realize this, but water is a better conductor of heat than air is, and a Green City hydronic heating system takes advantage of water’s

    • December

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      2016
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    Furnace Repair Made Easy!

    Furnace Repair Made Easy!

    It’s Christmastime here in the Seattle area, we’ve had our first dose of snow, and the temps are hovering in the mid-30s. Now would be a horrible time for your furnace to break. Let’s be realistic: Any machine with multiple moving parts is susceptible to wear and tear and will eventually malfunction. This is true

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